Pablo Torre says Ben Simmons is more important for Brooklyn than Kyrie | (debatable)

Pablo torre says ben simmons is more important for brooklyn than kyrie | (debatable)

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Welcome back to (debatable) with hosts Pablo Torre and Domonique Foxworth featuring Spencer Hall and David Jacoby! On today’s show: What’s your takeaway from the 49ers’ win over the Rams? What’s the biggest story in college football with Alabama passing Georgia in the polls despite Bryce Young’s injury? How concerned are you about the Suns after their loss to the 36ers? Plus, the Nets Big 3 played together for the first time and Pablo Torre says Ben Simmons is more valuable than Kyrie Irving!

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